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Effects of improved water quality and stream treatment rotation on sea lamprey abundance: Implications for lake trout rehabilitation in the Great Lakes
he tool includes a wide array of spatially explicit data pertaining to aquatic and terrestrial species including data on a variety of mammal, bird and fish species. Users can explore these raw data sets as well as the data summarized to level 5 Hydro 1-k watersheds (a geographic database produced by the USGS providing comprehensive and consistent global coverage of topographically derived basin boundaries). As well, users can explore data pertaining to climate change and a wide variety of anthropogenic threats to watershed condition and species health. These data also are provided in their raw form as well as summarized to hydro 1k level 5 watersheds. Please see detailed documentation for the focal species ...
Known observations and distribution of Pacific Lamprey from the Columbia River Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office database as of May 2018. Files available for download: Service Definition file, zipped ESRI File Geodatabase, zipped Shapefiles, Layer files, and metadata. An online interactive map with these datasets is available on DataBasin: https://databasin.org/datasets/a243fb1346ca4258b6388c5f7a90aee4
Distribution and seasonal differences in Pacific Lamprey and Lampetra spp eDNA across 18 Puget Sound watersheds, 2014 and 2015
These data contain all the raw results needed to support the conclusions for the final product. These data are water sampling locations (latitude and longitude), date of water sampling, quantitative PCR values for each water sample, and stream flow at USGS stream gauging stations on sampling day.
Evaluation of age-0 survival and its effect on lake trout rehabilitation in the Michigan waters of Lake Superior
Interim Progress Report - A Coupled (Ocean and Freshwater) Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Pacific Lamprey and Pacific Eulachon
Effectiveness of an Electrical Barrier in Blocking a Sea Lamprey Spawning Migration on the Jordan River, Michigan